Spanish translation of 'its'
(with singular noun) su
(with plural noun) sus
everything in its place cada cosa en su sitio
it has its advantages tiene sus ventajas
the dog is losing its hair el perro está perdiendo el pelo
the bird was in its cage el pájaro estaba en su jaula
(el/la) suyo (suya) ⧫ (los/las) suyos (suyas)
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Example Sentences Including 'its'
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There can be few poems whose language is so at odds with its message, whose form runs so aggressively counter to its content.The Times Literary Supplement (2012)
Each is headed by its own president whose headquarters are within his territory.MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices (1974)
AN austere biscuit whose popularity exceeds its taste.The Sun (2011)
But that is fair exchange for a world leader in its niche whose profits should grow by 20 per cent this year.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
There is no end to its powers ).Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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'its' in Other Languages
British English: its /ɪts/ DETERMINER
You use its to say that something belongs to a thing or an animal.
The lion lifted its head.
- American English: its
- Arabic: ضَمِيرُ الـمُلْكِيَّةُ لِلْمُفْرَدِ الغَائِبِ غَيْرِ العَاقِلِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: dele
- Chinese: 它的
- Croatian: njegov
- Czech: jeho
- Danish: dens
- Dutch: ervan
- European Spanish: su ello
- Finnish: sen
- French: son possession
- German: sein
- Greek: δικός του ουδέτερο
- Italian: suo
- Japanese: それの
- Korean: 그것의
- Norwegian: dens
- Polish: jego
- European Portuguese: dele
- Romanian: lui
- Russian: свою
- Latin American Spanish: su
- Swedish: dess
- Thai: ของมัน
- Turkish: onun
- Ukrainian: свій
- Vietnamese: của nó
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